CHANGE AGENTS READING LIST — H
On the occasion of the publication of PARIS LA 17—CHANGE AGENTS (2021–2022): An intermittent, open-ended, alphabetical Reading List, expanding on the artists, works, and concepts raised in the print issue.
HILTON ALS AT REDCAT
You have to forgive people [that you know] for who they are, but forgiveness doesn't mean at the expense of your own life. And that's what I didn't grow up learning. That's why I think writing is [a twin] to
POWER OF SAIL
Addressing themes of moral relativity, careerism, and the limits of free speech and tolerance, Paul Grellong’s somewhat schematic yet entertaining POWER OF SAIL—now at the Geffen Playhouse—stars Bryan Cranston as Charles Nichols. A Harvard professor, circa late 2019, he's finalizing
JACOLBY SATTERWHITE AT THE HAMMER
At the Hammer this week, join Jacolby Satterwhite—whose Morán Morán show JUST LIKE WATER continues through mid-March—for a cinematic presentation of his six-part animated video work BIRDS IN PARADISE. Following the screening, the artist will give the UCLA Department of
SUZANNE JACKSON AT FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
Works by Jackson—founder of the legendary Gallery32 —are now on view at Ortuzar Projects’ booth at Frieze Los Angeles.
ON MARCEL DUCHAMP
This weekend, join Helen Molesworth, Harry Dodge , Cauleen Smith , and Miranda July for a conversation on and reading from Hauser & Wirth Publishers’ 2021 facsimile of Marcel Duchamp, the artist's 1959 monograph.
JEREMY O. HARRIS — SLAVE PLAY
SLAVE PLAY. Before the audience can locate the title on a spectrum of meaning—historical drama? behavioral kink?—we are confronted by the wall of mirrors that constitutes the production’s sole backdrop, a doubling reflection of our own masked selves. And who
PHYLLIDA BARLOW AND SHARON JOHNSTON IN CONVERSATION
On the occasion of her new show in Los Angeles, Phyllida Barlow will join artist and architect Sharon Johnston for an in-person conversation at Hauser & Wirth. Artist and writer Lindsay Preston Zappas will moderate.
TROY MONTES-MICHIE AND TINA CAMPT IN CONVERSATION
Mark the opening of the Los Angeles exhibition TROY MONTES-MICHIE—ROCK OF EYE with a virtual conversation between the artist and writer-professor Tina M. Campt—who contributed an essay to the show’s catalog.
BLONDELL CUMMINGS — DANCE AS MOVING PICTURES
BLONDELL CUMMINGS—DANCE AS MOVING PICTURES—the immersive, celebratory survey of the work of the late dance and movement pioneer—is in its final week at Art + Practice in Leimert Park. The exhibition is a collaboration with the Getty Research Institute.